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training camellias up a wall is such a fantastic idea! the leaves stay green and waxy in the winter (unlike ivy)

Abutilon is an exotic hibiscus like plant, known as a flowering maple. It is not related to the maple tree but is sometimes referred to as a parlor maple.

Tea Camelia Blossom The profuse flowering, dense, round evergreen Camellia sinensis, whose leaves are used for green and black and white tea is an excellent ornamental.Leaves are glossy dark green and fall flowers are white with yellow centers. The bush is compact and round @ 6'tall and 5' wide

Okra : Roselle - Incredible Cranberry Flavor in a heat tolerant plant!

Herb Garlic Chives Garlic chives are an attractive perennial with edible foliage and edible flowers in August. Garlic chives are among the most versatile of all edible flowers, and can be used for flavoring in fresh salads or cooking. They have a clumping habit and spread by dropping their seeds. The seedlings appearing the following spring. They work well in perennial beds. All parts are edible and can be harvested throughout the growing season. Space individual plants @ 1' circles. Zones 4-8.

66 different edibles that can be grown in containers and/or inside. Some of these were a surprise